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Morning Has Broken: Legends Of Dawn Out Now

By Adam Smith on July 1st, 2013.

A few years ago, I realised I’d reached the point at which I found it easier to identify a specific foot-to-ball game in a crowd of its peers than a fantasy RPG surrounded by its own kind. Sparkling spell effects, armour-clad warriors and giant spiders are bound to make an appearance in the majority of RPGs and there’s very little difference between one frost bolt and the next. They’re blue and tend toward a shard-like after-effect. Legends of Dawn, which is out now, looks a lot like Tales of the Deeprealm or Myths of Arcaneface, but it does have a trailer that seems to have been assembled using a Burroughsian cut-up technique rather than conventional editing, and which ends with a lady suddenly shout-singing “THE DAWN HAS COME THE DAWN HAS COME”.

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Morning Mythologies: Legends Of Dawn

By Adam Smith on May 28th, 2012.

A super(imposed) hero

It’s Monday morning and the British summer continues to be nothing at all like a British summer by the very act of continuing. It’s hotter than the devil’s trouser press out there and after two days of waltzing about in the great outdoors, I’m about ready to sit in a dark room and write about PC games. First up is Legends of Dawn, an RPG that “liberates from class restrictions unlike real life”. That’s official. In real life, if you excel in mathematics at school you’re locked in until the end of your days. You’re a Mathemancer and there’s no way to change that. Apart from a lack of class restrictions, Legends of Dawn also offers a wide open world to wander in, with deviation from the main storyline an option for all. Let this trailer enter your mind.

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